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Nimbamritadi Eranda Tailam

Reference - Astangahridayam

Introduction

Nimbamritadi eranda tailam is an Ayurvedic herbal preparation that is well known for its use in several skin ailments, Rheumatoid arthritis and constipation.

Ingredients

The Nimbamritadi eranda taila is composed of the following ingredients:

  1. Eranda Taila - Ricinus communis oil
  2. Nimba - Azadirachta indica
  3. Amrita - Tinospora cordifolia
  4. Vrisha - Adhatoda vasica
  5. Patola - Trichosanthes dioica
  6. Nidigdhika - Solanum surattense
  7. Patha - Cyclea peltata
  8. Vidanga - Embelia ribes
  9. Suradaru - Caedus deodara
  10. Gaji Pakula - Scindapsus officinale
  11. Dvikshara - Alkali
  12. Nagra - Zingiber officinale
  13. Nisa - Curcuma longa
  14. Chaya - Piper chaba
  15. Kushta - Sausurrea lappa
  16. Marich - Piper nigrum
  17. Kutuj - Holarrhena antidysenterica
  18. Thejovathi - Celastrus paniculatus
  19. Rohini - Picrorhiza kurroa
  20. Vacha - Acorus calamus
  21. Manjistha - Rubia cordifolia
  22. Ativisha - Aconitum heterophyllum
  23. Visha - Aconitum ferox
  24. Guggulu - Commiphora mukul
  25. Yavani - Trachyspermum amani

Description of Main Ingredients

  • Nimb (Azadirachta indica) - This herb is well known for its antimicrobial properties. It gets rid of unwanted toxins and is a stimulant of liver functions. This herb also possesses healing, analgesic and detoxifying properties.
  • Amrita (Tinosporia cordifolia) - This potent herb works as an appetizer, digestive and antiemetic in nature. Its anti-inflammatory and anti-secretory action makes it effective against toxin accumulations.It is a tridosha balancing herb that is used as an adaptogen in ayurveda and works effectively against stress and illness.
  • Erand (Ricinus communis) - This herb alleviates Vata and hence subsides the associated pain. It is “deepen” being ushna veerya and also possesses “bhedan” guna by its tikshna properties. This is very effective against severe constipation.
  • Vrisha (Adhatoda vasica) - This herb balances pitta dosha and helps improve digestion.
  • Nisa (Curcumin longa) - This herb is a very potent anti-inflammatory herb that acts as an appetizer, laxative and a cholagogue. It also possess analgesic actions
  • Marich (Piper nigrum) - This herb consists of piperine, piperidine, chavicin, starch etc. Due to its tikshna and ushna gunas it stimulates salivation, and digestive juices. The herb is a potent liver stimulant and increases appetite. It helps beneficially against indigestion.
  • Rohini (Picrorhiza kurroa)- This herb is an effective appetizer, purgative, liver stimulant and vermifuge. It relieves constipation, flatulence and ascites. This makes it an effective detoxifier.
  • Yavani (Trachyspermum Amani) - This herb is a very effective analgesic. It treats anorexia, indigestion, flatulence and abdominal pain.
  • Manjistha (Rubia cordifolia) - This herb works against the “aama dosa” (toxins) being formed and also provides the body with strength and energy.

Direction For Use

  • Apply externally over the affected area
  • For internal consumption - 5 ml

Precaution

  • Seek medical advice before the consumption of this product.
  • Do not consume if contraindicated to castor oil.
  • Do not use if suffering from conditions like  Dysentery or Diarrhoea.
  • Avoid during pregnancy.
  • Keep out of the reach of children.
  • Store in cool and dry place.
  • Avoid spillage over floor.

Pharmacological Actions

Ayurveda considers the site of formation of most of the diseases is gut. Intake of improper food at the improper times is difficult to digest (causing indigestion) and expel out of the body (causing constipation). This incomplete digestion leads to the formation of aama or toxins in the body which vitiates Rasa, Rakta, Mamsa and Lasika. Thereby it becomes the cause of many chronic inflammatory and skin disorders. Nimbamritadi errand tail works on this aama (toxins) and gives relief from so many ailments.

Indications

  • Skin disorders
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Constipation

Side Effects

The oil has no known side effects, but to be taken under physician's recommendation.

Shelf Life

This oil is best before 3 years from the date of its manufacturing. Once opened should be consumed within 4 months.

Note:- This is pure classical Ayurvedic medicine and should be strictly consumed only after prescription of an Ayurvedic doctor and to be taken under medical supervision only.
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